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Tragic legend gets new Peking Opera treatment

Tragic legend gets new Peking Opera treatment

AN updated version of the Peking Opera classic “Prince of Lan Ling” will be staged by the Shanghai Peking Opera Company later this month. The play chronicles the legendary life of the ancient hero Gao ...

Xu Wei | December 2, 2016, Friday


Low-key sculptor advocates for art in daily life

Low-key sculptor advocates for art in daily life

IN 2011, when glass artist Xiao Tai experimented with a new melting technique, he had no idea just how difficult it would be to perfect. In addition to being a path-breaking sculptor, Xiao is the head ...

Wang Jie | December 2, 2016, Friday

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Astrophysicist searches for beauty in space

Astrophysicist searches for beauty in space

ASTROPHYSICIST Zhang Shuangnan likes traditional Chinese deep-fried dough sticks with Western coffee for breakfast before he starts work on studying why a black hole gets “angry.” Sometimes he finds ...

Yu Fei | December 3, 2016, Saturday


Rubik puzzles over toy’s enduring appeal

Rubik puzzles over toy’s enduring appeal

THE Rubik’s Cube is among the world’s most popular and well-known toys. But few are aware though that this iconic puzzle game was designed as a classroom tool by Hungarian sculptor and architecture professor ...

Ma Yue | December 3, 2016, Saturday


Get inspired, get into the game

Get inspired, get into the game

THE exhibition “Beyond Rubik’s Cube” opened to the public last week. Located on the fourth floor of Global Harbor Museum (3300 Zhongshan Rd N.), the show is divided into three areas — “Invent,” “Play” ...

Ma Yue | December 3, 2016, Saturday


Why does China need to import festivals from the West?

Why does China need to import festivals from the West?

It was just another normal day, I thought, until my WeChat started filling up with messages wishing me a happy Thanksgiving....

December 3, 2016, Saturday


Russian ballet to open Poly’s new season

Russian ballet to open Poly’s new season

TONIGHT, the Shanghai Poly Grand Theater in suburban Jiading District will launch its New Year’s season with offerings from classical and popular music, theater, dance, and traditional Chinese opera. The ...

Alex Fang | December 3, 2016, Saturday


Ballet ‘The Nutcracker’

Ballet ‘The Nutcracker’

THE Russian State Ballet will present local audiences with the two-act ballet “The Nutcracker,” a fantastic show for the whole family. Based on a fairy tale by ETA Hoffmann, the show will lead audiences ...

December 3, 2016, Saturday


Too lazy? Too busy? Campus gofers thrive

Too lazy? Too busy? Campus gofers thrive

YAN Yi, a graduate of the Communication University of China in Beijing, gets high marks for astuteness in spotting a good opportunity. “One day I went to the campus mail office to fetch a package that ...

Lu Feiran | December 2, 2016, Friday


‘Mozart!’ ready to rock

‘Mozart!’ ready to rock

PRODUCED by Vereinigte Bueh­nen Wien, “Mozart!” centers on the struggles of the famous composer Mozart with the world around him, as well as the time­less drama of growing up and growing older. The character ...

December 2, 2016, Friday


 

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